What Are The New Emojis for iOS 15
Here's the all new emojis that are coming soon to iPhone and iPad devices with iOS 15 update. Download the 112 new emojis for iOS 15 soon this year.
The new emojis for iOS 15 have been already revealed to iPhone and iPad users already. Among the list of emojis, you will find a melting smiley face, a face that hides its eyes, a low battery, a disco ball, several new hand shapes, and more. In this article, let us find out what are the new emojis for iOS 15 and how to download them.
Among the novelties, there are seven new faces, for example, the melting face and the one with the peeping eye. You will also have hands that form a heart, a person with a crown, a troll, a dead battery, X-Rays, a biting lip, a nest with and without eggs, and more.
You should also note that not all of them will be part of the Unicode Consortium Emoji 14.0 release, but many of them will be available between the end of this year and early 2022 with a software update on iPhone and iPad. The proposal seems to have been delayed until April.
As you can see in the image above, many new emojis will be available. The emojis are also about racial and gender inclusiveness, as it has been for some time now. You will find six hand emojis that will come in multiple skin tones, just like a gender-neutral person with a crown, who will join the Princess and Prince emojis. As for the hand emojis, you can find for example a handshake or a heart with the hands.
You can also see a pregnant mand and a pregnant person as new emojis. But that’s not all because the new emojis also include beans, a lotus flower, a slide, a lifebuoy, bubbles, a coral, a bird’s nest, a crutch, or an identity card.
Remember that the new emojis were supposed to come with iOS 15.0, but since it got delayed, for the time being, they will be coming soon in an iOS 15.x update later this year.
That is all you need to know about the all-new Emojis for iOS 15. If you are interested in getting the latest information about Apple’s new operating system, check out our other iOS 15 Guides right now.